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SJConspirator » Yesterday, 8:26 pm » wrote: That looks exactly like something Trump would say

And it would have been jumped on - not passed over.
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DeezerShoove » Yesterday, 9:11 pm » wrote: While he's getting his chops ready...

I found this interesting.
I've never delved into this enough to determine the holes in this brief history, if any.
https://www.thefreemanonline.org/differ ... socialism/
I didn't have any issue with it. I would extract from it that it is necessary to be fascist to be national socialist, but NOT necessary to be national socialist t be fascist. I would in fact take the as the gist of his critique - his central distinction.
 
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SJConspirator » Yesterday, 11:48 pm » wrote: that’s exactly why he would say it.. to court controversy.  For Trump all press is good press.  It’s the PT Barnum law of power.
Whereas I do not disagree in the least, I DO find it irrelevant to both the OP and my critique.

The subject is senile joey biden getting a pass from the same press that would have wrung their hands and burned their shirts if trump had said it - NOT that trump is a putz. We all get that trump is a putz. Or at least, I do.

I would still prefer the putz over the senile career man and the unqualified *** lady who used to suck willie brown's dick salivating in the wings.
 
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Professor of Law Francis A Boyle’s Statement for Any Person to Refuse to Submit to or to Administer the COVID Gene Therapy Injection:

 This injection is not a vaccine, it is Gene Therapy and it falls under the Nuremberg Code on Medical Experimentation that the United States Government has used to prosecute, convict and execute persons who violated the Code. The foremost Legal Expert on the development and use of Bioweapons, Francis Boyle, wrote the following statement to protect any person refusing to take or administer this experimental treatment:

 “By authority of the Nuremberg Code on Medical Experimentation, I do hereby exercise my right to refuse to submit to or administer the COVID “vaccine”.

 The United States Government has Prosecuted, Convicted and Executed Medical Doctors who have violated the Nuremberg Code on Medical Experimentation. Aiders and Abettors of Nuremberg Crimes are equally guilty and have also been prosecuted, convicted and executed.”

 It should be clear to all Medical Doctors, Nurses and other Medical Personnel that the Nuremberg code on Medical Experimentation is encompassed by and covered by the Hippocratic Oath which all Medical Doctors swear an Oath to upon Graduation from Medical School.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Swb4XrzUT4
 
 
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SJConspirator » 22 Jun 2021, 11:17 pm » wrote: I too agree with that governor.
I believe the most tony leather leash that money can buy would be abuse, if it is used to force a pack animal like a dog to live in solitary confinement. At the same time, shunning is a remarkable - and very natural to the species - way of punishing bad behavior and gaining compliance.

Dogs are like children - they need discipline.. They need to be taught boundaries and proper behaviors. Taking on a dog should NOT precipitate a visit from the dog whisperer. People should properly train their animals - and some time on a leash - leather, chain, what the **** ever, - or some time behind a fence, without fellowship, is not cruel or unusual. Shunning is how wolves punish. It lasts until the alpha lets the offender creep up and prostrate himself in apology.

I don't believe a proscription against chains should merit slot number 652 b, section 46, paragraph 12, subsection 3-a, line 19 in the texas penis code. I think texas probably have about the right amount of laws already - maybe even a few hundred thousand too many.

Here's an idea: For every new law, erase an old one.

And if God didn't want governors to veto ****, He would not have created the veto.
 
 
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Blutarski » Yesterday, 5:58 pm » wrote: All you have proven here is your blind allegiance to [[[GLOBALIST SOCIAL ENGINEERING]]] and a total disregard for what is fair to the Female Athletes. 
Whether this particular man is competitive or not is besides the much bigger issue
The trruth is men will ruin sports events that were intended for females only.

He's a misogynist piece of **** and a walking child danger.
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Phelix_Dacat » Yesterday, 5:00 pm » wrote: After reading your drivel from the brain cell killing NY Post, the question that comes to my mind "Is 591 lbs in the super-heavyweight category of weightlifting even medal worthy at the Olympics?"

While 591 lbs, which is about 268 kg, is "better than silver medalist Iuniarra Sipaia of Samoa” it does not even come close to the Olympic super-heavyweight category women's weightlifting record of 333 kg (about 734 lbs.). 

Laurel Hubbard will be lucky to medal at all during the competition.

Nazi-Vegas, you've been played. Again.
Once again, the central issue is ignored by the pathological child disturber. ^
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Abatjour » Yesterday, 9:46 pm » wrote: Nope. Not when it's according to a racist balstud like you.
You can "nope" like the little girl you are, and back your "nope" with an ad hom. But I am not out shooting ***. Other ***, black people, and policemen are shooting *** - IN THAT PRECISE ORDER OF OCCURRENCE.

Now, I completely understand why the outrage is mostly directed at at police - who kill the fewest *** of the three groups named above - yet receive the most outrage for it. They are agents of the State. They are doing this on the public dime, and we PRESUMABLY hold them to a higher standard of conduct than we do nig nog criminals or ordinary black citizens - but those are the three groups killing ***, and on occasion, black people.

I have zero influence on these people, as I lead a denigrified life style, and every interaction I have had with police officials throughout my entire life has been cordial. Including when I have been ticketed for traffic infractions - which, over more than 40 years of driving, amounts to a significant number of interactions. Most of those interactions led to warnings, happily. I currently enjoy a perfect driving history, as infractions drop from ones record after some period of time - I believe three years.

Anyway, calling a man "racist" for OPINIONS, not actions, is being a thought police control junky. You need a real life, weakness.
 
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Abatjour » 02 Jun 2021, 1:00 pm » wrote: Yep. This thread is the official place for you to experience our old buddy Kwame Brown, as he annihilates WhiteRacism's fav lunatics such as  @Cannonpointer    .. and @sooted up Cyndi     and @Blutarski     @Vegas  and @Jantje_Smit  @omh  and yes  @Huey    too.

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Episode 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEcs71ddPis

Everything he says about the system is in absolute accord with that I say about it, retard. :rofl:   :rofl:   :rofl:   :rofl:  
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sootedupCyndi » 21 Jun 2021, 3:49 pm » wrote: Are you sending his threads to the water cooler? that's funny.. but he doesn't give up. Image
No, I don't think anyone is doing that. He is posting there, if he is appearing there.

I send his posts to peanut gallery when he trolls my pg threads - that's the extent of the "moderation" he gets from me.

I WAS answering rolling rock's downvote campaign with ****-bocking upvotes. But after abattoir made a point of both trolling my threads and gumming up my IM inbox with his flaming and stupidity, I've decided to let nature take its course.

It's worth noticing that no one is stepping up for the loon. It's easy to upvote and thereby neutralize a down vote. Down votes are limited to five a day - so if this mouthy *** had allies or sympathizers, a downvote campaign would be useless against him. His reputation points are indicative of the reputation he has earned.
 
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omh » 11 Jun 2021, 9:39 am » wrote: Then why do you still advocate two sided mantras are more important than recognizing the compounded error done historically to date?
 
Simple answer? To make him punch his way out of his ancestral paper bag.
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peepee » 11 Jun 2021, 8:20 am » wrote: ...yeah, no way any honest libertarian would regress to fascism or 'alt-right'.... again, you're confusing 'libertarians' with stooooooopid [email protected] conservative republican @ssholes who may smoke a little dope and/or think their taxes are too high...  Image
Yeah, well, the "dishonest" ones are dusting off their shoes and decamping at a right snappy pace.
 
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peepee » 11 Jun 2021, 8:16 am » wrote: ...i have never heard a libertarian use that term...
If you are unaware that the precept is built into the libertarian philosophy, you have never read and understood a single defense of libertarianism.
 
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FOS » 10 Jun 2021, 5:43 pm » wrote: Ackshually, although I understand your point, when the conservatives chime in their argument is based on liberal priors, and they think they 'own' the libs by being more liberal than the libs. 

Most of the time, conservatives would be better off if they just shut the **** up and allow liberalism to be dismantled. 

This is why cuckservative was an actual meme that people could understand. 

At least liberals seem to understand power

I have to second this. Every **** idea they float is dressed in liberal rags. We're freein' thu wimmin of iraq - that sort of retarded ****.
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SJConspirator » 21 Jun 2021, 12:38 am » wrote: how did I contradict myself?  Nothing in my writing exonerates billionaires or politicians, totally the contrary.  I think you somehow missed my point.
Taking umbrage at being rightly described as their disposable peon contradicts your stated belief that they are your overlords and are extorting you while depriving you of services.

If you really believe the billionaires are **** you, why would you take umbrage at being reminded that you - meaning you and I and he - are their **** toy?
 
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SJConspirator » 21 Jun 2021, 8:51 pm » wrote: If she does kill somebody, and it happened to be on campus where she worked, that university would be liable.  She should be fired and banished from the premises for making death threats.

That's as far from the issue as toledo is from denver. The issue is that it's now permissible in polite settings to openly ruminate about murdering people for being caucasian. If you don;t see that as a threat to you, fine See it as a threat to the people you love. Because it is one.
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DeezerShoove » 21 Jun 2021, 9:52 pm » wrote: One bad thing about some sunglasses is they can actually do harm.

When wearing just darkened glass it will cause your pupils to dilate in response.
If that glass isn't UV protective, dilated pupils allow more UV into the eye.
Some article I read detailed this many years ago.
Never heard anything that contradicted that.

I have pretty good vision and hardly ever wear sunglasses as I said.
I just want to see the world, the colors, shadows. and don't give a **** about looking cool.
Stuff on my face is **** annoying. That's just me.

Ps
People that wear sunglasses indoors are douche bags.

Asians detest people who wear sunglasses indoors. It's considered gauche and tacky.

If I don't wear sunglasses while driving, I pay a price. It wears my *** out. But I do wear proper glasses.Ray Bans have all the UV and polarity bases covered. Ya get what ya pay for, most of the time.
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Vegas » 20 Jun 2021, 9:15 pm » wrote: I don't give a ****. I am not leaving. It's always been hot as hell here. I moved here in 1980, and we have always had summers like this. Always. None of this **** is new. Whatever.

It is well known that temperatures are rising, and global warming is becoming a crisis everywhere. However, in Las Vegas temperatures are rising much faster than anywhere else in the United States. Las Vegas has become a “heat island”. During the summer, Las Vegas experiences many more days with “record heat temperatures”. Consequently, if the current trend continues, Las Vegas could become uninhabitable within 30 to 70 years. Currently, some airplanes are no longer able to fly to Las Vegas in the summer because the air is not dense enough for the plains to takeoff. This problem will adversely impact tourism and the economy.On the other hand, every year, from March or April through September or October, the Clark County Department of Air Quality issues a high ozone warning which stays in effect during the ever longer warm months. Ozone is a highly corrosive gas that forms when sunlight reacts with pollutants such as volatile organic compounds, NOx and methane.The above pollutants are emitted from automotive traffic, industry, air-conditioning and other emissions from buildings such as paints. Even the pedestrians produce methane which contributes to the warming effects.The heat from the sun is trapped and pollutants are emitted by the black pavement, dark rooftops, and building walls. In other words, traffic, air-conditioning, non-sustainable buildings and overbuilding, overcrowding and lack of greenspaces increase summer’s heat to unsustainable levels.

https://www.macoma.us/if-you-think-las- ... -number-1/
The claim that planes cannot take off from vegas is **** on its face - none of that crap is anything but hyperventilation with zero actual science behind it. As you know from living there, the temps in vegas are pretty predictable. This summer is hot. So was last summer. Next summer will be, too. Folks muck in and get through it - better than freezing, like up in hidey-ho.
 
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SJConspirator » 21 Jun 2021, 10:01 am » wrote: Now THIS is a good rebuttal... it’s anecdotal, but shows a good example that counters my point.  

Popular support for marijuana leads to a lot of people smoking it, but not legalizing it.  This is because the repeal of drug prohibition would leave many, many people without a job.  Many functions in the justice system would be decimated.. how many less prison guards would be needed, less public defenders, judges, cops, prosecutors, court clerks, wardens, not to mention the contractors who supply the prisons with food, blankets, clothes, etc..

Locking up ppl is big business.  There is a good chunk of the economy riding on it.  Legalization would even harm the drug dealers as it would become much less profitable if it were not black market stuff.  So you have wide support, but you also have this massive invisible opposition that is powerful.
Which sustains my argument - and waives your own - that popular support means **** at this point. It'll get you fiery rhetoric, "thwarted" by "gridlock."

Which brings us back to gridlock being a puppet show - which is where you and Po!arity BEGAN the dance I've butted in on.

As an aside, an "economy" that runs on prisons is no economy at all - it's smoke and mirrors. When the music stops, tens of millions, perhaps hundreds of millions, will be without chairs.
 
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SJConspirator » 21 Jun 2021, 10:14 am » wrote: This reminds me of The Peepee dilemma.  His constant harping on the same issue, money creation, is tiresome even though it does address a serious problem.  It’s like “yeh, you have a point, but there are other things going on too.”  He’s a one note wonder.

So it is with the calling everybody a pissant peon peasant tool of the oligarchs.  It is true to some degree,  it there is more to life and it’s depressing to dwell on it so much.

I don’t identify as a victim or a pawn.  I have more freedom and opportunity than most people have had throughout human history, I can travel freely and enter into contracts with people, I can LEAVE this country if I really wanted to.  I have access to indoor plumbing, electricity, air conditioning, and entertainment.  The plight of the modern white man, a popular meme on this board is... overblown.
There is a pinned thread that presages doom for white people. When you can openly ruminate about killing folks without fear of censure, those folks are next on the chopping block. If that's lost on you, that's lost on you p continue blithely ignoring the drum beat.

As to the rest, I don't think he's going full peepee in his response to you. I think he's appropriately responding to the actual content of your post.

And not for nothin? The iraqis were certainly grateful for THEIR indoor plumbing. While it lasted. When the state breaks, the indoor plumbing stops - and this one shows every sign of being on the skids. The very biggest single indicator of impending state failure is weak and ineffective clowns being appointed - often through sham elections - to top leadership.

 
 
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